Sony's E3 2017 press conference was chock full of teases of games fan were expecting, punctuated with some pleasant surprises and a few disappointing omissions.
Among the biggest hits were Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, God of War, Monster Hunter World, a virtual reality version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Call of Duty: WW2, Spider-Man, a Shadow of the Colossus remake, extra content for Horizon Zero Dawn, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, Days Gone and Destiny 2.
The full hour-long event can be viewed in the following video, but to skip to the main individual videos scroll further down the page.
One of the biggest news stories to come out of PlayStation's E3 media briefing was what wasn't shown - maestro Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding; and more shockingly, The Last of Us II.
That sequel to Naughty Dog's 2013 hit is the most exciting game in the world to many, rivalled perhaps only by Red Dead Redemption. While it's debut announcement earlier this year didn't have any release date information, not seeing anything of it at E3 was an unexpected sting.
Naughty Dog boss Neil Druckmann took to Twitter to respond to upset fans, saying the studio didn't want to take the spotlight away from the Uncharted title on display.
Guess we just have to impatiently wait until the PSX fan event in December.
Complaining about what was missing from a solid hour of several major announcements is a bit lame, so here are the most exciting videos from the day.